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Gsa Ser Processing of target urls

Hi! @Sven
I used text files to import target urls and also import account data sometimes. I need to know the ser order of processing for them. Below are the cases of importing 2 text files named File A and File B. In which order ser will process them ? I will be adding these by selection 80 projects
1) File A with account data as shown in https://prnt.sc/rk4qlm and then file B with target urls using http://prntscr.com/rk4rik
2) First File b is imported with target urls and then file A with account data
3) File A with target urls and then file B with target urls
4) First File A with target urls, then File B with account data and the file C with target urls

I hope you got my point. If i follow the above orders , then in what order ser with process them. Thanks

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  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    edited March 21 Accepted Answer
    It's always following LIFO (Last In First Out) order as things are added to a big file and SER reads from the end of it.
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    Accepted Answer
    I had to correct my previous statement. It's LIFO...Last In First Out (edited post).
  • SvenSven www.GSA-Online.de
    Accepted Answer
    whatever you imported last will be proceed first.

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  • Thanks @Sven
    If a text file or urls is imported first and account data file is imported second. So when ser starts, it will process the urls and create accounts rather than using the imported accounts that were imported on the last. I hope I tried to explain it well. Please let me know this scenario too. Thanks
  • @Sven thanks for the correction. I am really sorry that I am still pretty much confused about the order of account data and urls import. If I import account data first and target urls on the last, so it means ser will process the urls first and create new accounts rather than using the accounts that were imported first. ?
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